Friday, July 16, 2010
WPA Key Editor is a simple WPA-PSK key editor for 802.11 networks; supports both passphrases and 32-byte hexadecimal keys (support for the latter is notably missing in Maemo 5).
If you've tried to connect to a WPA-secured network using a 32-byte (64 char.) raw hexadecimal key on Maemo 5, you will have encountered bugs 1002, 6802, 6678.
This is a solution in the form of a control panel applet that allows you to edit an existing connection and enter a hex key (or a passphrase, as accepted by the standard UI tools).
Test and vote !